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in earthquake, they don't happen with structures falling down, they happen with items falling on you like televisions and bookcases. that's most of the deaths that happen in earthquakes. a moderately damaged building, this would be one that has a greater amount of cracking on the interior. moderately damaged building, you can actually go into. the procedures you would follow are basically the same. gather information, shut off utilities when you need to, locate and stabilize injured patients and get them out, so evacuate the injured to a safe area. you want to get them out as soon as you can, get out yourself as soon as you can, and document what you found in that building. these are heavily buildings. these are the two buildings that actually collapsed three days after the earthquake. this building was leaning on this building. procedures for heavily damaged buildings, don't go in. but you still will gather information. shut off utilities if it's safe to do it. you report it. we can cordon off the area just to make sure nobody else goes in the area. definitely tell the fire chief or whoe
disagree with that? >> no, no, i don't disagree wit. i'm not so sure i would go so far that they were tainted, i'm just not crying real hard for them in my beer. melissa: yeah. >> these nice may be very well talent and what they do and bunch of them left to go to millennium. steve cohen is lot of things. he was smart enough to surround himself with people that are very, very bright. they didn't make that much money for being stupid. melissa: james what do you think. >> i will not cry for them either but this may be interpreted as sad commentary on wall street -- melissa: why is this not a sad commentary on wall street? at love folks out there say this firm has been very suspicious for a long time. they were trading ahead of the street. they were too good. made too much money. all the talk on the street for years and years it was dirty money. >> you have to give people their presumption of innocence and you need to keep it in per speck. they had six people convicted of six people of insider trading. there is a firm of about a thousand people. this is not entirely clear a firm-wide prob
's their social life. >> and one of the reasons that a lot of researchers and nonprofits don't like the term "cyber bull" and it's about the technology but not the behavior itself. we don't actually use the world cyber bullying. we talk about the behavior and there is tons of research we're doing in how people are behaving on our platform and the tools we can give them to resolve their issues and either through themselves and trusted audiences, et cetera, or turn to us and we don't use the term "cyber bullying" and we don't think about it's the technology. it's about the behavior itself and i know there is ongoing debate with that and cyber bullying captures people's attentions and everything i have learned from anne and the nonprofit community and the academic folks who have researched this when you use a term like "cyber bullying" you are diminishing the behavior and placing it on the technology. >> personally i hate it. it suggests robots and not humans at all. let's think about humanity, not technology. >> so i want to show you a couple of things and show you my version of a sizzl
still remember how confident you were. that wasn't confidence, it was desperation. well, i don't know how we're going to get along without you. oh, but we'll find a way. seriously, katherine, what are you going to do ? well, one thing's for sure-- i'm going to spend a lot more time with my kids; bill wants me to help him with his business projects; and i want to go to law school. i'm only laughing because i can't think of anything more perfect for you. if i had a dollar for every argument we've had, i'd be a millionaire by now. thanks. i think. it's nice to see someone do what they really want to do with their life. oh, jamal, who knows what life has in store for us ? so, mr. brashov, have you hired katherine's replacement ? no. i have decided that this should be katherine's final task at the cafe. oh ! you're joking. - of course he's joking. - not at all. who better than you to find someone who is qualified to step into your shoes ? if you say so. i think it's an excellent idea. wait a minute. what if i don't like katherine's choice ? don't worry, rosa. i'll find someone who will
think that it's always on the move, and our -- i don't know how much energy to spend on being offended by my lee cyrus thinking she's black. like, i don't know. [laughter] >> right. >> i absolutely agree. one of the things that drove me crazy. i didn't watch it, i don't care. i was sick of hearing about my lee cyrus. we have so much to do, stop wasting energy on this girl, what she's doing. i think that, you know, the cultural appropriation question is one that bothers us, absolutely, that cultures are, you know, they are borderless. i mean, we live right next to each other, always cultures informing and influencing each other, and you're right is that there's so much new produced that one of the things that black culture does is it is constantly on guard, constantly creating and recreating something new. you mentioned justin bieber and robin thicke, is it, you know, and this is what you can tell young people is it's tired. it's, you know, we listen to it and say that sounds like robin gaye, r and b30 years ago, so it's right that there is a constant mobility in moving in the
grand -- don't beep at me. hey. what's that big tager you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. ger you have down there? either one. >> [inaudible]. >> i put you on the spot. * >> i think it's smoker. >> smoker? hold on on that. >> [inaudible]. >> as you can see, once you pull on the graffiti tracker, you have -- this is what the activity is in phoenix right now. i can tell you my top 10 right now, my most active taggers are size, toke, miller, merk, miller, rats, break, i know eight of those right now i have identified. still got to go out and check them. the way we like to do t though, once we identify them, we like to sit down and catch them in the act. it's easier to do in court and make a big case after you catch them in the act. what did you say? you got merc? let's take a look at merc. this is what happens. once you get on graffiti checker, you can find somebody, you can put a search in there for any tagger that you want. i know you had m. ob, money over bitches, that's a big tagging crew. over 700 incidences right now in phoenix. and the cool thing is you find out * t
don't believe it will be very easy for us to make an agreement between the republicans and the democrats because the democrats want to increase taxes, they want to forgo sequestration. if there is going to be an agreement, it seems to me it has to be a willingness of republicans to give something up on sequestration but only that would happen if there is a long- term solution that we can arrive that between social security and medicare and including tax reform. can that happen? i am very pessimistic it can happen but i know that going to try to work in that direction and i know that congressman ryan is working very closely with patty murray of the senate budget committee to try to get in that direction. it is a tough row to know. >> if that's the case, then what? >> then you have sequestration which is the law of the land and republicans are generally satisfied with sequestration. since it is the law of the land, it seems to me like it is as simple as passing a claimcr through the house and find out the democrats will shut down government or not and is the president
, but i don't see many people getting into that. >> a shorthand for this can be fiscally conservative and socially tolerant. it will show you that americans are much more physically conservative than their elected representatives and a majority of americans think that we should balance the budget. they think that we should legalize marijuana, no one wants to talk about that,. >> but more are coming around? >> yes, they will come around last. and so when you have this, there's much more libertarianism and the government and you'll begin to see some of these expressions in the political marketplace as well. john: all kinds of skepticism exists. and they are just considered odd at times including my colleagues >> even for a libertarian like you. >> that is what is happening. stossel doesn't care. so what is the hostility? >> part of it is that we have a two party -- a major two-party system in the country and people tend to special -- especially congregate around the republicans and they see everything through that. so you are by definition, you're on the other side is you make these cho
, i think? >> no. >> they both have kind of wide faces. don't you think? >> i think of jay's as long, but if you want to say it's wide, okay. shall we look? >> well, i don't know. there's a new study out that says women are more attracted to wide-faced men. >> not to marry, though, just to -- >> cause -- >> go to poughkeepsie, if you know what i mean. >> because they say wide-faced men seem to be powerful, wealthy, and in charge and aggressive and all those things. see, that's a wide face. >> but, you see, it's also very long. >> it's long and wide. okay. >> like his talent. >> oh, see, isn't that a wide face? and a good -- i mean a good -- i don't think wide is bad. >> well -- >> no, it's not. >> the mayor of toronto has a wide face, and i don't find him particularly attractive. >> here are a couple of examples of wide-faced men. one is simon cowell and the other is colin firth. >> see, that's not a wide face, that's long and thin. >> see, we thinned him out and made him longer. >> don't touch him. don't touch colin firth. >> you have to. let's make him long. >> no. no. we want our
they're supposed to taste. i like my mother's stuffing. i don't want ice cream to taste like stuffing. i'm a purist and a traditionalist. >> we have potato chips the other day and they tasted like french toast, pringles. >> i don't like that at all. i'm happy for those of you that love it. a pack of these flavors is $65. >> we're drinking -- >> it is called stringy jack pumpkin wine. >> i'm sure a lot of people are going to like it. i'm going to tell you right now, i smelled it, i'm not going to like it. you taste it. i don't want to hurt these people. i bet they're -- >> it's not -- it's spicy. tastes like a -- >> like a cider. >> a cidery kind of wine. don't drink it. you won't like it. >> i know. i don't want to hurt these people. i bet they're lovely. >> $16 at ltewinery.com. okay. anyway. >> now something i love. >> we have been waiting for this. >> you may need this after thanksgiving. all righty then. what are they called? >> shreddies flatulence filtering underwear. why is girouard off today? i wanted girouard. [ flatulence noises ] we wanted girouard to model these for us, da
for them to make. fly wheel's representative revealed fly wheel's problem. they make sure they don't have any drivers who don't reflect well on them and they are completely wrong about who their customers are. the drivers are their customers and unless fly wheel behaves accordingly they are just like a military committee trying to take over one more cia poetry magazine. rather than reinvent the wheel i suggest you hire taxi magic. they really are the closest thing to implementable -- they are implementable, they are working. that's why people like luxor cab. i want to support your effort to consolidate the efforts, that's very important. but the particular thing that's on the table doesn't seem right to me. i sure hope i don't regret saying this because if you decide not to do what she is asking and the deviciveness continues, that won't be good. taxi magic is the best. >> thank you, senior. mr. lamb ?oo ?a good afternoon again. my concern has to do with, i'm all for regulation and i think if there's a problem with regulation then the hammer needs to be thrown upon those companies that a
, that's me. don't give money to beggars like me. governments must spend more. >> medicare, medicaid, social security. john: this government really helps the poor. >> everybody in cleveland. >> by any measurement this is not working. john: i am glad more people figure that out. >> commerce, entrepreneurial capitalism takes more people out of poverty. john: even some in the mainstream media. >> if you're waiting for the government you're going to be in for an awful long way. john: if they get it may be seen more people will realize there are better ways to give. real charity. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now. ♪ john: what is real charity? people are in trouble after a disaster or simply when people are poor. americans instead is to think amount and government help. after all, who will help those people is not government? libertarians argue that private charity would step in. individuals really choosing to help. but with enough of us up? most people say no. that is why liberals like newsday columnist say when it comes to helping the need, that is mostly government's job. >> w
even more regular and easy to deal with. beautiful buses. i don't see why the tourists would not be happy with these, the new electric busses. and i also want to emphasize the situation about the vibration. we also notice it in the house i live in on mccallister street. the tour busses seem to be the worst for this. the street is also, mccallister street is also very narrow and a lot of the hop on hop off busses have been shifted over to mccallister street instead of being actually operating on the square. another thing i wanted to mention was with regard to the travel association saying that obviously they are disappointed since they have alamo square on their brochures, they might have to change this, but i did have a question as to whether the neighborhood was ever consulted with in the first place when this was put on their brochures. to my knowledge i don't think we were. and i strongly support option 1 and i appreciate all the research and meetings and help that jerry robins has given us in the past few years. >> next speaker, please. . >> john morris, todd geist, todd
? >> guesstimates crazy. i don't think anyone fully identifies either party. they are taking the position that they have to be pure. neil: and ideological type of thing. >> exactly. i would love to see a third-party form. the parties don't have to be perfect. up up up up up up up up. neil: are you setting up a group? why not? >> well, it's not even so much . it has to be something that you think about. >> i have 10,000 things going on. there was unity 2008, other folks have approached me. i am more than willing to listen. >> what you think of those who who have initiated and been targeted by the erez? >> i don't look at these things. i'm not paranoid to say that what ihappening on the republican side, i'm not buying it. honestly, i'm more on the side that it's not a scandal. because i think that goes to the purity. whenever you take something and you take on 100 actions, you can anecdotal lives eyes and create any kind of story that you want. >> there was a pattern that. >> yes, there are multiple patterns. when you have 10,000 instances, it's the signal and the noise. you can find 100 an
humiliating. oh, come on. some battles you win, some battles you lose: yes, but you don't have to lose to kyle bernstein's bar mitzvah party. i think we have to acknowledge those were some fairly savage pre-adolescent jews. no, we were annihilated by our own incompetence and the inability of some people to follow the chain of command. sheldon, let it go! no, i want to talk about the fact that wolowitz shot me in the back. i shot you for good reason. you were leading us into disaster. i was giving clear, concise orders. you hid behind a tree yelling, "get the kid in the yarmulke! get the kid in the yarmulke!" oh, hey, guys. oh, hey, penny. hello. morning, ma'am. so, how was paintball? did you have fun? sure, if you consider being fragged by your own troops fun. you clear space on your calendar-- there will be an inquiry. okay. um, hey, i'm having a party on saturday, so if you guys are around, you should come on by. a party? yeah. a... "boy-girl" party? well, there will be boys and there will be girls and it is a party, so... it'll just be a bunch of my friends. we'll have some beer, do a littl
a book signing. the book came out yesterday. she will have a book signing during lunch. next is don porter, the producer of gideon's army. the clip we just saw. don is a founder of trilogy films and director of gideon's army. it premiered in the 2010 sundance festival. she's an a -- she's on the 2012 hot shot directors emerging to watch, she's also graduated from georgetown university law center and practicing attorney and abc television networks before starting her television career and next is john. i met john about 10 years ago when he was starting off and had this crazy idea of operating a training center for public defenders and he did. he's no now the president and founder and one of the contributors to gideon's army, he's from john marshall law school where he teaches law and criminal procedure. he was in the post katrina and new orleans center. he trained people in the film. he received an advocacy fellowship and named a public interest fellow by harvard law school. next we have maurice call well. he was convicted in the housing project here in san francisco. there was no
and the proposed new plan there's a bay at that level but the elevations don't articulate that very well and they certainly don't come down to the bay so the retaining wall >> it's a projecting bay. but i'm sorry, i had missed that in the daily in the plans i'll take a look at it >> it seems like the plan isn't correct. it says see but it doesn't show up on the building. so how it finishes if it's a projected bay it's important but it it rests on the walkway so i don't know which it is. it's a general comment this is not a very well organized packag package. >> okay. thank you. >> i have one quick comment. >> there was the request to have the material on the east facade put back the corner of thing is that available or is that going to be recreated. >> they'll have to be recreated i don't think anything remains. >> okay. thank you. >> so on this garage door the solid wood is that flat? do you know? >> staff didn't have is a recommendation whether it's paneled or flat but if the commission has a preference. >> it seems at any time flat because the retaining wall is flat. it
environment he don't know how many immigrants he's got working at emphasis place and other people raise a piece of paper and he's never been homeless i have been. i ask youenter to have a heart and compassion. i worked here when someone in westbrook gave me a chance. person helped me. i was homeless for 20 years a drug addict. then i listen to those people talk about move it to a different location. i ask that you united council mother brown and sit down and look at it what we do. we've got love people who have fallen off and gotten back up. hold our heads down each day. i ask the board just give us a chance on the biggest thing. let us show you guys we're productive >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi, my name is larry williams. politics, i don't know which about but i know we need those beds in bayview. we just need the beds. thank you >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> well, i get to speak on his time? i'm here to support the beds for bayview. i've seen in my line of work how those simple extensions of offering a person a place to sleep can change the dynamics of that
block where the other two are. i don't think many makes a lot of sense. i don't think it's reasonable to expect while access is limited in many parts of san francisco, that we create more places for mcd's to come in a particular may neighborhood where there's already numerous mcd's. i am interested in increasing access and that's why i have my /s*epbt piece of ledge /shraeubgs moving forward so we can have that before us and direct the planning department to go guard with an actual study of how mcd's can be cited in the future. with those recommendations i'll be coming forward to the full board and this committee again with legislation that will have a broader set of regulations so we wouldn't see certain neighborhoods be the ones that are going to be receiving mcd's in the future. that to me is about increasing access and what i want to be able to do moving forward. but it'll take cooperation with my colleagues and i need to make sure my colleagues are making sure they're keeping all mcd's in their neighborhoods and being satisfied with their neighborhoods like parts of south of an
for someone else's words. i don't know why he won't and doesn't admit that they took the words and took credit. this is something you learn in high school. why not remember the ruls and follow them. if you don't set up the words as borrowed, you're taking credit for them yourselves. that's unacceptable. david corn of mother jones and josh is founder of talking points memo. let's get to the evidence that senator paul has plagiarized. this book, "government bullies" complete with paul's picture and name on the top contains a large section lifted verbatim from a heritage foundation report. the copied second, 1318 words, is by far the most significant instance reported so far of paul borrowing language from other published material. well, the website buzzfeed went on to say there is a link to the heritage report in the back of his book but did not say the words were a direct lift. from page 132 of his book, quote, this prosecution also reveals the risks of federalizing criminal law. observers have long warned against allowing the federal government to encroach on the traditional state function of
, take credit for someone else's words. i don't know why he won't and doesn't admit that they took the words and took credit. this is something you learn in high school. why not remember the rules and follow them. if you don't set up the words as borrowed, you're taking credit for them yourselves. that's unacceptable. david corn of mother jones and josh marshall is founder of talking points memo. let's get to the evidence that senator paul has plagiarized. this book, "government bullies" complete with paul's picture and name on the top contains a large section lifted verbatim from a heritage foundation report. the copied second, 1318 words, is by far the most significant instance reported so far of paul borrowing language from other published material. well, the website buzzfeed went on to say there is a link to the heritage report in the back of his book but did not say the words were a direct lift. from page 132 of his book, quote, this prosecution also reveals the risks of federalizing criminal law. observers have long warned against allowing the federal government to encroach o
the nordstrom store but again we don't know exactly what happened here, why that gunman would have done this. so lots to figure out here. >> thank you for that. abc will stay on the story overnight and have the latest on "good morning america." >>> we turn now to a poison that some say packs a powerful medicinal punch. scorpion venom. some people claim it fights everything from impotence to cancer. lush forests of the dominican republic are crawling with these creatures. and that's where abc's matt gutman reports from tonight. >> reporter: turn on the black light and see if they are here. look at this. >> oh my god. >> reporter: to most of us, these scorpions, best hunted in the jungle of darkness, is the stuff of nightmares. but now they are also being touted as the stuff of salvation. everything from battling auto immune diseases and enhancing your love life. and the most extraordinary claim of all, a new weapon in the fight against cancer. and the sole active ingredient is skittering at our feet. the venom packed in the scorpion's stinger. >> i have seen people getting well immediately. >> re
for me. i can see there is an honest person in the system. i kind of got mixed up in it and how, i don't know. i'm glad and they actually had people that care about people behind bars. i'm more aware of my freedom taking it for granted. i'm free and loving life. [ applause ] >> i would like to ask our first panel to come up and take their seats. >> i'm going to start on my right to your left here and introduce karen hooper, the author of chasing gideon and i just want to announce that she will be holding a book signing. the book came out yesterday. she will have a book signing during lunch. next is don porter, the producer of gideon's army. the clip we just saw. don is a founder of trilogy films and director of gideon's army. it premiered in the 2010 sundance festival. she's an a -- she's on the 2012 hot shot directors emerging to watch, she's also graduated from georgetown university law center and practicing attorney and abc television networks before starting her television career and next is john. i met john about 10 years ago when he was starting off and had this crazy idea of ope
't know what else to do. i decided the wall -- i don't have any tattoos. i'm going to get the last name of every case i lost. hopefully i won't fill my back up. since this is going on the wall, i feel it has to go on my back. >> when you work as a public defender, you saved somebody and they are like what does that mean? i defend people who are charged with people committing crime. they say how can you defend people? i say it's about the sanctity of human liberty and the cost if you want to take it. >> most important is trying to keep their moral up and try to keep their best interest at heart. i know for me when i relate to my clients i see them as cousins or brothers or uncles just because it's the face of the black community. so many of them are locked up and of course i'm having to work against their initial impression of public defender because their public defender somehow screwed them. >> how are you? >> good. >> sit over here. how are you? >> good. >> it's freezing outside. >> you know why i'm here. i'm trying to get a better understanding of the place where you were arrested.
. we have a program for leaders, a program for trainers. a program for our graduates, all from don's film have come through the program. that's why i did it. i really believe the public defenders can walk through a room across systems and remind people of these ideals that gideon was all about that quite frankly everyone in the system has forgotten. [ applause ] >> so judge. tell us about what is some of the concrete stechs steps that we can take in terms of training lawyers? it's great that you are working with individual lawyers, but how do you create a movement? how do you reach the 15,000 public defenders. you have to also republican there remember there are contract attorneys where there are no public defenders office. >> i want to share one more story with you. a couple weeks ago a friend of mine forwarded a link. one of the public defenders leader who headed up a state system was testifying before a budget committee and the committee asked him, do you have enough resources to do your job? and his response was well, i'm in a district with 5 counties and i have, so there a
that little electric dance for us? i don't know -- >> i'm not sure why we were playing eye it's electric" but you can't help but get that awful dance out of your head. anybody that has been to a wedding in the last 15 years has seen that. >> weddings, anyway, we have some corporate news to get you caught up on this morning. you're not going to believe this one. the group includes holders of more than half of the $34.6 billion of preferred sars in the company. the plan reportedly being pitched as a way to bring tens of billions of dollars of private capital back into the capital. treasury has controlled fannie and freddie, of course, for the last five years. >>> johnson & johnson agreed to what could be a $4 billion settlement over hip implants. the deal could include thousands injured. a tentative plan must win court approval. >>> starbucks will be paying kraft food nearly $278 billion after it ended the grocery deal early. it includes damages and legal fees. mondalieze will receive all proceeds from the starbucks/kraft dispute. >> it seems like a lot of money. >> and don't forget, starb
at detroit. it's a mess. 46 million people on food stamps. people realize they don't want this. they don't want one creating a website worse than the post office. >> k.g., president obama said he didn't know the website wasn't working when they unrolled it. the plausible deniable i'm sick of it. >> he would have been shown the door if this was a private company. this is a disaster. look at his approval numbers. the american people don't trust him or the healthcare phoneny scam he tried to popzy scheme in sucking up to this to believe it will work. this shows that the liberalism are a prescription for 666 for the country. >> juan you put your hand to the forehead. at is working? >> this is too much celebration on the right. the right thinks game over we won. at the shutdown you were totally in the tanks. the president fumbled, he made a mistake. this is on him. >> that is the first thing he has been right about. >> let me finish the point. >> what we had right now, you heard say government does nothing wrong. i don't hear anybody say that about social security, medicare, the u.s. military
made my success outside of the establishment. that is how i did it. and they don't like that. and the right doesn't like me, either. >> president obama trying to fix his health care program. runs into a buzz saw of negative questions from the press corps. >> do you not believe, sir, the american people deserve a deeper, more transparent accountability from you as to why you said that over and over? >> why the media are now openly challenging his credibility. that "60 minutes" apology by lara logan for the botched story on benghazi. >> the most important thing to every person at "60 minutes" is the truth. and the truth is we made a mistake. >> why it was too little too late and further tarnished the program. i'm howard kurtz and this is "media buzz." >>> you know the drill. send me a tweet about the program @howardkurtz. >>> if any further criticism were needed from the mainstream media at president obama, look no further than this news conference. >> do you feel this has led to a breach in public confidence in government? >> you said if you like your plan, you can keep it. am
this continue. >> i don't have a lot of confidence in the public outreach process of the mta because of passed experience. i'm trying to i guess understand how where doing design work and outreach simultaneously because the money is being asked for. so you are talking about doing design work while the outreach process is happening as well from what i guess i'm hearing from you and mta. i don't know, what's the point of public outreach if that's the case? >> can i just add to that. with what outreach you've had we are getting negative food back in terms of, the presentations are done in the community, now we are getting negative food back on what the plans are looking like. yet there have been no modifications to this process. one of my big issues is that i think sf mta does a great job of organizing meetings in the community but you never see modifications to the plans afterwards. this is also with parking meters. there is so much of the process that we go through with sf mta. i don't want an outreach where it's just a listening session. i would like to continue this until we get lots more in
they have what is called the thin file. they don't have a lot of credit yet, and so they can turn it around easily by starting to pay the new credit on time, and not overutilizing or maxing out their credit. they could make a change fast. >> one positive change came across because of a card act by congress is that there is not as much credit available to those under 21. how does that affect these numbers? >> it's a double-edge sword because it kept lenders from sending new proposals or new credit cards to people under 21. but the double-edge sword is that they don't have that experience and the ability to learn from it until they're older. it's important nor them to learn how to pay bills well early so when they want to get a mortgage later they have that experience and they have the good credit score to rely on. >> it forced lenders to take a harder look at the ability to pay bills, which has kept some people from getting credit for people of all ages. has that resulted from fewer people with bad credit from being on the books. >> it may have. there so many different sources, so it makes i
of housing? >> also been in contact with them, and the discussions that i had with, i don't know everybody he name. mark. >> yes. >> and led me to believe that they were going to be able to assist for a certain aspect of the periods and not to include but i understand to be the principals at this point and being the roof. and but you have no applied? >> this is just a conversation. with marv? >> yeah, come on up. >> did you apply with the mayor's office? >> yes, we have to finish doing the violations that i can correct myself, before i can go through the whole application, like clearing the debris. like what we have done all of the yard work in the back and the exterior ones and all of that, they don't do any yard work and we are rebuildings together or for the mayor's office on housing, so i have been doing all of that myself which is basically as of the next inspection that i have with the department of public health and the fire department is going to be the last one for the exterior. number 12. so perhaps just i think that the program that the mayor's office of housing is financing and th
hear a second commissioners? i don't hear a second >> i think the department themselves would be well-advised to second this you can't approve a drawing out of the context it's impossible. >> commissioner antonini. >> i have to understand i have a pretty good idea of how this particular property is being expanded and safes there's to variance but the rear generated is okay. and the house steps down in co-op the slope of the property so it seems to me and they talked about the minimum of 5 foot set badgering back on either side is gracious because we require at least a 3 foot set back and the light well, is present i'm not positive about that that maybe part of what commissioner moore is looking for. i like the project and it makes senses and it restores what the building looks like and it looks better in the future from the other which that was stuccoed. i will not take d r i want to hear with the other commissioners have to say >> looked like to know if the project sponsor architect if f is in the office. would you like to come up and talk about the questions raised will i commiss
, and that was paid off by my mom and then the city signed off saying that everything was okay and i don't know if that complaint, something that was done in the 80s or something that was done, you know, in the 90s. but that is where it is at right now and i am just trying to not ignore anybody, but being diligent to stand up for the property and that is my inheritance. >> okay. i would like to hear from the staff, again. and whether you know, the fact that this building is in probate, and it will be sold, the recommendation for us to act on this at all? >> i don't want to get into too much, but for today, we discovered that the subpoena power or court decision would be to with the property that there was a deed recorded and stating that the owners who is deceased and that somebody else had ownership, and that the superior court decision was that document was... (inaudible) and that deed was reversed. so, i think that it would be best that we would just move forward cleanly, and on the order of abatement rather than being dragged into the details that don't need to be exposed in public with reg
don't have an answer for you and it is made at a level than mine. but the things that may come to my mind is the required bike parking on it and the addendum and now there are no bike parking and we will go through the approval process and it will be approved, and the addendum on it and now it does not have bike parking, but it was supposed to and that is what planning requirement was that it was in there and maybe a bad example. >> but they have not given you a commitment as to the time frame as to how long this will take. >> if they have it, it was a different level in mind. okay. >> it is an open book. >> so it fits, and to the director? >> yeah. >> commissioner, and that was discussed in the public advisor meeting and planning and what did they (inaudible) and they can turn around fast, but my experience is state that they are fast paced is not our pace. how long does it takes? two weeks, or 30 days or whatever? what i did is all that we have a lot of arguing and the communication with them and why they need to look at it. and they, the system and they for the way and so they say
haittle ha than most people. >> i wouldn't say that. >> most people don't smoke crack when they party. >> jesse travels to toronto to find out what the deuce is going on up there. >> so you're fine with him smoking crack, you just don't like that he got caught? >> yeah. >> glenn beck returns to "the factor "sthoo this evening. you're about to enter the spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >>> hi, i'm bill owe ri. as you know, i am a simple man. last night senator kerry and president obama told the world that a compromise had been reached with iran over nuclear weapons. immediately there was controversy. we must be skeptical here. first of all, there are folks that don't care if iran gives up its nukes. on the opposite side, there are americans who will oppose anything president obama does. therefore, they will object to the deal with iran on that basis. so let's put those two groups aside for a moment. there are two key things in place. first, the agreement slows down but does not stop iran's development of nuclear weapons. that's why the israelis are so angry. they want iran's n
for school lump. it was awesome. i don't know if he's being sarcastic . another viewer, our son attends a technical high school. there is a culinary program. the food served there is best than most food in the country and most people don't have that. >> yes, one staffer said that he could opt for whole plate of french fries for lunch. >> we want to serve great food, but we want to serve great food that they're eating because they know academics success is tied in to the nutritional choices as wha the choices we make every day. >> the school lunch program is the country's second largest foot an food nutrition program. they creased the availability of fruits, vegetables whole grains while reducing sodium and certain fats. some schools are turning to salad bars and chefs for the new meals. it cost $13 billion a year and some question the influence the industry after learning like items like pizza sauce counts s a vegetable. some schools dropped the program stating that students tossed the healthy options right into the trash cans. how could we have quality meals. let's go to julie, works
views on contraception. which is why we made sure churches and other houses of worship, they don't have to provide it. they don't have to paid for it. >> when it was announced the supreme court would hear the hop hobby lobby case yesterday, the white house put out a statement. our policy is designed to insure that healthcare decisions are made between a woman and her doctor. the president believes that no one, including the government or for-profit corporations should be able to dictate those decisions to women. over the summer the tenth circuit court of appeals in denver ruled in favor of hobby lobby contending because it's not a publicly traded corporation hobby lobby is entitled to be ex-earth from the contraceptive mandate. the supreme court is expected to hear the case in march. >> here now are lori windom, senior counsel representing hobby lobby. and reporter from the religious news service, and fred geddes professor of law at brigham young university law school. help us know what this is about, what is the difference between a person saying to an insurer i don't want that, and i
by the e-mail like all legislation it's going to sit for thirty days. i don't know that the supervisors asked this commission formerly to make any comments but again, i'm going to ask we don't discuss it it wasn't on the agenda this evening and lastly let me go over the corrective actions. this is based on complaint or other actions for resident. i'm going to turn it over to my colleague. this caused some serious noise concerns >> yeah. there was a meeting this morning that involved the police department the mayor's office and emt and us and rec and park because the organ next year's never pulled any permits every. so rec and park department, of course, organs activities on union square and every year they encroached on non-rec property all the way to a jones pr so we had a lot of complaints on 311 and they now know they've made an error and radio working to correct that we don't want to lose the marathon. we're working with them and there's another meeting with the mayor's office and rec and park in december. okay. the next meeting i want to talk about is one that glendon hyde talked
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